“Gnarled, rooty, cavernous, rock hopping fun through a preternaturally dark pine stand.”
— Matt Baatz
This is the twistiest, tightest and rootiest of routes, but once you know the lay of the land it's possible to rip through this, as long as it's dry. The sun sets in Labyrinth by 3pm even on the brightest of the summer days. Those intrepid enough to venture in here by night have shone their lamps into many a coyote's eyes.